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correspondent, jonathan hunt, is like with the news. tensions are clearly still very high along that border. >>jonathan: they are. syria share as lengthy border with turkey. it is just on the syrian side of that border where the rebels are in many towns the strongest. it is across that border that many of the refugees from the civil war in syria have fled. it is a border that turkey says it has the right and more importantly, perhaps, the ability to defend. in so doing, at the moment, it has the complete support of the united states. listen. >> from our perspective, the response that turkey made was appropriate. it also was designed to strengthen the deterrent effect so these kind of things don't happen again. it was proportional. >>jonathan: the syrian government apologized saying it was an accident and most experts would say syria has little to gain from starting a war with turkey. they believe that it probably was a mistake. it doesn't make it any less of a dangerous mistake. >>trace: syria has a ton to lose. this is action on this at the united nations? >>jonathan: "action" is a relativ
from the allies. "the fox report's" chief correspondent jonathan hunt live in new york city. the united nations security council has just condemned syrians attack. what do we know? >> just in the last hour we got a statement sphrt security council. it took a lot of talking to get there today because the russians, syria's most important and most ardent ally wanted to soften the language in this statement. in the end, the statement condemned the syrian action in what it called the strongest possible terms. it warned of a widening conflict and called for restraints. the statement was read out by the statement of the security council is. listen. >> the members of the council demanded that such violations of international law stop immediately and are not repeated. the members of the security council. [coughing] called on the syrian government to fully respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of its neighbors. >> significantly what was missing from the statement was any threat of consequences if syria does not respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of its neighbors, trace.
there. >> indeed. karen finney, jonathan -- sorry, michael sherer and john harwood, thank you. >>> could the president's best defense be offense? stay with us. >> barack obama was talking about a quiet ride today. no, it was not a reference to the 1980s heavily metal band, unfortunately. the senator waded into the controversial waters of race during a speech at hampton university in virginia. >> it is a glimpse into the mind of the real barack obama. and it's one all americans need to pay close attention to. joining me now to talk about this video is the man who broke the story, tucker carlson. ♪ colorado rocky mountain high hungry for the best? it's eb. want to give your family the very best in taste, freshness, and nutrition? it's eb. want to give them more vitamins, omega 3s, and less saturated fat? it's eb. eggland's best eggs. eb's. the only eggs that make better taste and better nutrition... easy. eggland's best eggs. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. it's eb. his morning starts with arthritis pain. and two pills. afternoon's overhaul starts with more pain. more pills.
to politico's -- they're dancing on the set. we're going to talk about this with jonathan allen, who says vice president biden is bringing sexy back to the medicare crowd and what do you think? we want to hear from you. do you think one of the candidates will deliver a knockout punch? you can tweet me and we'll get some of your responses. i can't believe you're missing chris and joy dancing. [ female announcer ] ready for a taste of what's hot? check out the latest collection of snacks from lean cuisine. creamy spinach artichoke dip, crispy garlic chicken spring rolls. they're this season's must-have accessory. lean cuisine. be culinary chic. >>> on the day of the presidential debate, two tapes from the past are creating talking points on both sides of the aisle. from the right, a 2007 tape that news organizations including nbc covered during the 2008 campaign of barack obama speaking about the issue of race at hampton university in virginia. now, on the left, a tape of paul ryan with comments similar to mitt romney's 47% remarks. let's take a listen to a portion of the president. >> people as
will soon be out of a job. the city's top cop, announced that he is firing lieutenant jonathan josie saying it is difficult to justify his actions during a post parade street party over the weekend. thecuffed after being knocked to the ground. charges have been dropped. >>> ashton kutcher has punked plenty of people with great comedic effect. the center of a hoax, yesterday, which had nobody laughing. police and s.w.a.t. teams, converged on his hollywood home after some one reported a burglary was under way. nothing going on. kutcher wasn't even home at the time. >> received a teletype, apparently from a deaf person. there was a call of shots being fired. and the officers got there, obviously no shots being fired. all employees of the residence. doing what they were supposed to be doing. >> three people who were in the house were questioned were not arrested. police say they will find who ever initiated that prank. and prosecute them. >> when the joke goes bad. here on a cutting edge show like "world news now" -- we know that stuff like why did the checken cross the road? well it's kind of
to watch tonight. politico's jonathan martin joins us now. hey, jonathan. what a gorgeous day here on this beautiful campus. let's talk about the five things to watch. you think that mitt romney has to get off to a strong start the first half hour. >> his first impression for millions of americans. come out and show how he can be president, that he belongs on the same stage with the president. and then his indictment of the president but also tell the story about what he wants to do in the next four years. he has to get a lot done in the first half an hour because it's a cliche, but the first impression does count. >> and how -- the second thing is how hard will president obama come out swinging? >> i think president obama's entire campaign going back tokts of last year, andrea, against governor romney has been really tough, really aggressive and i think you're going to see that once again tonight. he will say mitt, you ssupport same policies that got us into this mess, he will go after the tax cuts for the rich, wall street regulations, we know what he's going to say and no doubt
of millions of people watching the moderators' every move. "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt is with us. it may be an honor to watch moderate the debates but it's not easy. >> the anchor of pbs has sat in the madder rarts before. but in today's hyperpartisan world where everybody has an opinion facebook mr. lehrer is bound to wake up wake up tomorrow morning finding himself criticized by the left or right or both, our own senior political analyst brit. center of the attention and yet in a sense you don't want to be. you want the candidates to be the superior have to be firm enough and sharp in your questioning enough debate. you have to be careful to not ever cross the line where it looks like you are favoring one candidate over another. i think it's exceedingly challenging. >> challenging indeed. hard to find examples of anybody who has been offered the moderator job, shep and turned it down. >> shepard: you name a topic, can i tell you a complaint. in this we have heard complaints about a lack of diversity among the moderators. >> it's interesting. when you look at the thre
the city's puerto rican day parade. look on the left side of your screen. lieutenant jonathan josey, who is a 19-year veteran of the force, apparently hit eda gusman so hard, she fell to the ground, bleeding. police say the mother of three threw beer at them. but the video shows someone else tossing the beer. >>> here in new york, a public schoolteacher is accusing a first grader of physically assaulting him and forcing him into therapy. 27-year-old gym teacher john webster is a former college football player. but he is claiming he was seriously injured during a run-in with that 6-year-old. >> he spun around, belted me right directly in my right knee. i was trying to move back away. but i heard a big pop to my knee at that point. >> now, webster claims his doctor told him to stay out of work for several months. but a new york department of education doctor says that he should be back at school now. >>> the new york city police department is doubling the size of its gang unit because of dares and threats on social media. the police commissioner says gangs no longer battle over drugs, but
. these are the very people governor romney was supposed to be trying to get. >> cenk: i think jonathan had the best point. he said since he said it in private, people will give it more credence. so whatever he stays in public, they are going to discount. that's why it was devastating, because right or wrong, the american people thought that's the real mitt romney. >> jennifer: and then yesterday we have the tape of ryan coming out in a speech saying that 30% of america want a welfare state, do not want to achieve the american dream which is just a pile on of that same ethos of that half of the country, or 30% of the country -- >> ayn rand. >> jennifer: exactly right. i agree with eliot i think behind closed doors that he really does think that. i really think that that's how he believes -- >> eliot: can i add an footnote to that. it doesn't mean he is not a generous soul and a good compassionate person but he does believe that there is a big percentage of our public that doesn't aspire to work on its own. >> jennifer: i agree. >> cenk: one thing that got a little overlooked
, and jonathan collegio has wreckers credentials, having graduated in 2001 from our eagleton fellowship program. the other, and jeffrey pollack, does not have any record highs, but we will not hold that against him. i understand he does have some new jersey ties. i look forward to an enlightening conversationmaggiet an extremely important topic and i am delighted to turn the program over to mike do hame -- du haime and maggie moran. [applause] >> good evening to everyone out there, to our students for coming over tonight in some pretty intense weather. i want to mention one thing about mike. he has great judgment. he might be surprised to hear me say that, but he merited democrat. in the most important stations, he has made the right one, right? i want to introduce the guest and i invited tonight, jeffrey pollack. he is sought out by governors and presidents alike, political parties, he is sought out by corporations, is the founder of global strategy group, a tremendous public affairs firm located in the city. he is a tremendous professional who has done a remarkable job in this business of mak
and if they don't like the choice, they can go to another choice and that will meet the cap. >> jonathan supports the law and writes about health care for the me republi lirepublic. >> bakbaum we're not going to sk face benefits, no matter what happens, we will make sure that seniors get the same level of benefits they're getting now. >> both obama and romney agree that health care needs to be more affordable. they just disagree about how to do that. dr. sanjay gupta, cnn reporting. >> the may -- he'll tell us how that experience changed him. and if you have to go out today, you can remember that we're everywhere. you can watch us from your mobile phone, you can also watch us from your lap top. go to cnn/tv. have to do with being healthy? everything. ♪ but you're not ♪ you're the one ♪ one, one, one, one, one ♪ the one ♪ one, one, one, one, one ♪ the one ♪ one, one, one... when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost.. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but
. 47%. contraception, abortion. and tax returns. jonathan martin from politico. i have one more statistic to put out. as somebody who has been with me having to cover obama for so long, obama had more air time speaking. guess who uttered 500 more words than the president last night? mitt romney. we did the check. 7,890 words. obama, 7,354. it goes to the ideas and explains he was listless and a little bit, shall we say, he pondered a long time. >> we've seen him ponder a lot in the speeches. it was business consultant versus college professor. sort of harvard versus harvard. no question harvard business school versus harvard law school. no question that president obama showed his campaign has been doing the work for him and mitt romney has been doing the work for his campaign. we'll see what happens going forward. pout a question, the obama supporters were on their heels last night. were disappointed. wondering, where was this guy who they've been seeing in the tv commercials going so hard at mitt romney? he was clearly trying to be too presidential and not going after romney. >
. lieutenant jonathan josie in the white shirt there grabs a woman and punches her in the face before arresting her. the woman was charged with disorderly conduct but police say the charge will eventually be dropped. >>> a new book says president obama hoped to put osama bin laden on trial if he surrendered. the book "the finish" is due out on october 16th. the author mark bowden says the president thought he could make a political argument for giving bin laden rights of a criminal defendant and this would be the first time the president discussed putting the terror leader on trial. they were ordered to capture bin laden if he surrendered or kill him if he threatened them. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is calling for a full and transparent investigation into the consulate attack in benghazi, libya. an independent panel will examine security concerns and whether proper procedures were followed. the attack killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. some republicans have suggested the state department denied repeated requests for extra security at the mission. >>> an
night by some of the most talented comedians on the air. abc's jonathan karl has more. >> i can't. the third one i can't. sorry. oops. >> reporter: some debate moments just don't need late night comedians to be memorable. for the rest there is "saturday night live." >> let me just sum up. on track. stay the course. a thousand points of light. >> governor dukakis, rebuttal. >> i can't believe i am losing to this guy. [ laughter ] >> reporter: over the years the "snl" parodies have some times been more memorable than the debates themselves. >> can i call you joe? >> can i call you joe? >> of course. >> okay. because i practiced a couple zingers where i call you joe. >> reporter: when you think of palin, facing off against biden. you are probably most likely to think of this. >> john mccain and i are a couple of mavericks and gosh darn it we are going to take that maverick energy right to washin crisis. >> reporter: the real al gore was so stiff in his first debate -- >> i will put medicare and ter:stafecurity in a lock box. >> one he ko te box woue kee >> reporter: the real john m
report correspondent jonathan hunt joins us now. the iranian president accusing the israeli leader of war mongering. what was that all about? >> remember president ahmadinejab spoke at the general assembly last week before the israeli prime minister, netanyahu. this was in a sense, ahmadinejab's response and he responded as he so often does, by hurling insult after insult at the israeli leader and the israel as a country. in general, he mocked that cartoonish-like bomb, as you saw that prime minister netanyahu used as a visual prop in his speech and then mocked israel's threats to attack iran's nuclear facility. listen. >> my war, whoever talks of war is retarded. whoever talks of war is condemned. suddenly their psychological war is undermined, red lines and white line, black line and the like is for children. this is the level of this guy's character. it appeared that his drawing was not good. he got it drawn bay machine. his drawing will get better if he practices more. >> responses we are used to from him. he also went on to say that iran's nuclear ambitions are purely for peaceful pu
: jonathan on the democrat's line. caller: what i think of this story -- when i think of this story, i think of the last election. as you go on and on, you convince people there road is not important. i am -- of their vote is not important. i am an african-american veterans. it makes me feel good to our debate, for one. -- to participate, for one. i cannot imagine coming across this lady at an airport and she's saying, hey, i'm not a boater. the effort -- a voter. i would just have to walk away. like you are not involved. and most of the time those who do say they are not a voter, they have so much time to talk about the problems. i vote for you to have similar ideas to myself, but this conversation bothers me. it interests me as well, but it bothers me very much. a young lady lived next door to me and she turned 18 and i * was interested in voting -- and i asked her if she was interested in voting. she said note. -- no. host: jonathan, thanks for your call. guest: i do hope to run into you in an airport sunday and maybe we can have a chat. at the beginning of your comment, you said you vo
will get covered heavily. victoria francisco de soto is here and jonathanal ders, a great historian and msnbc political analyst for lindbergh view and we have robert, the is somewhat troubled reporter. and cnbc contributor. gentlemen, i start, i think you're a bit triumphant. what's the headline. the journal, the times, "the washington post", how will they all play this on the front page? >> romney won but the real headline -- >> the conservative media will be romney surprises everybody. a lot of people didn't they he would come out punching tonight. best performance of his political career. really surpriseded the conservatives that didn't they he had the bite or the aggression to go after the president. >> what do you think it was, victoria that made him different. >> he did the turn-around expert. he said in been a he turns them around. with the olympics he pumped it around. he turned the election around. >> it was the president who was flat. >> i'm amazed at his self-confidence in addressing the president. i don't think he was condescending but he was a peer and he looked the pre
to help track terrorists. the city's police commissioner says lieutenant jonathan josey will be suspended for 30 days with intent to dismiss after he served that suspension, he punched the woman last weekend during philadelphia's puerto rican parade. the video has been viewed now more than a million times. >>> detroit tigers slugger miguel cabrera celebrating the rarest defeats this morning. a triple crown. he finished the season leading the american league in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in. the last player to win a triple crown was boston's carl yastrzemski. >>> the new wild card format setting up a wild finish to baseball's regular season. the new york yankees, they beat the boston red sox last night, 14-2, to clinch the american league east title for the 14th time in 17 years. whoopty doo. and the a's win the division with a 12-5 victory over the texas rangers yesterday. it is playoff time in baseball, soledad. >> yes, it is. and my kids were so happy about that. watching the yankees game. i'm sorry, you don't root for the yankees, do you? which team do you root for? >>
is a friend to my jonathan adler on my show frequently. a columnist, and i quote him. he has written a couple of great books about president obama and fdr. came on the radio with me. as said, hey. 878 billion. well, it helped the recovery. what did it by? well, we have made some improvements on rte. one in new jersey. he said that. i quote him. you know, the problem is, you can't point to anything. i begin to educate him and others about the works progress administration. in 1933 when the works progress administration was put into place by fdr it began to pay for things. it did it in a very unusual way. we will pay for 45% of anything you want to build right now. right now. state and local government got together and came up a long list of building projects that were genuinely shovel ready or which they would make sure we're ready . i . people often in my speeches. my first job of high-school. still open today. it was built with dollars and local dollars. i was talking about this recently was one of my law partner, tim cook. joseph timothy cut is from the jersey. the high-school was construct
not hear an appeal brought by jonathan corbitt he has a blog, tsa out of our pants. claims that it violates 4th amendment protection against unreasonable searches. >>> a new warning many americans face one of the steepest tax hikes in history if congress and the white house cannot reach a deal to avoid that so-called fiscal cliff. at the end of the year. the tax approximately see center says taxes for almost 90% of households will go up by an average of 3,500 bucks with increases totaling more than half a trillion dollars. the fiscal cliff scenario would see automatic tax increases along with very deep cuts to spending. >> yeah, hope we don't go over that cliff. >>> the final full day of debate prep for the two presidential candidates. the president is behind closed doors at a desert retreat, 20 miles from las vegas. earlier mr. obama delivered pizza to a campaign office. we are told the often verbose president is working on making his debate answers, shorter, more succinct. they have two minutes to react. mitt romney took a brief work from prep work to rally supporters in ten ver. told the
will see a lot tomorrow. we're already planning that story for tomorrow's weather today. jonathan will have the third analysis piece will try to say mitt romney had a really good night tonight. by all accounts, what does that really mean? nine points behind in ohio. 10 points in virginia. how much can debate do to put a floor. i think it can do a lot to change the mood of whole campaign, donors, voters. one debate. one night. >> that is one of the big concerns i talked about earlier. look at "wall street journal" editorial page this morning often a very good indication where sort of the movement is in their assessment of things. both lead editorial and editorial by fred barnes who wrote a piece for them usually works for "weekly standard", both were very critical how this campaign messages and how they run ads. i think the big question will be can they take this moment, take whatever, whatever magic they had and can they bottle it up and then transplant it into advertising into stump speeches, into the narrative of the campaign? so far they have not been great at that. i would say the obama
. let's go to jonathan karl, who is standing by. he's been standing sentry over these facts tonight. take the big two that came into you and check them for us. >> well, diane, the big one, this came from president obama repeatedly about governor romney's tax plan, he said it several times, this is it. >> because governor romney's central economic plan calls for a $5 trillion tax cut, on top of the extension of the bush tax cuts, that's another trillion dollars and $2 trillion in additional military spending that the military hasn't asked for. >> okay, so, the big thing there is, governor romney has a $5 trillion tax cut plan. i rate that mostly fiction. as you heard from romney during the debate, he is proposing no net tax increase whatsoever. diane, what he has proposed is a 20% tax cut in rates across the board, but he's said that nobody gets extra money, because he's going to pay for that by closing loopholes, of course, he hasn't told us which loopholes he's going to close. next up, the issue of health care. the president's health care plan covers guaranteed coverage for people
, they go to another choice and that will be the cap. >> reporter: jonathan cohen supports the law and writes about health care for the new republic. >> the obama budget says look we want to hold down costs to this target and we're going to do our very best to accomplish that. but, we're also not going to sacrifice benefits. no matter what happens, we will make sure that seniors get the same level of benefits they're getting now. >> reporter: both obama and romney agree, that health care needs to be more affordable. they just disagree about how to do that. dr. sanjay gupta, cnn reporting. >> all right, thanks, sanjay. meanwhile, police in roseville, michigan, are about to begin drilling for clues in a search for the possible remains of jimmy hoffa. they will test soil samples from underneath a driveway. a teamster told police a body was buried there around the time the teamster's union chief vanished 37 years ago. that's what a tipster says. let's turn to the author of "hoffa wars." he's been following this story since hoffa first disappeared. dan, you've been communicating with th
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